Taxes and Accounting

The Japan Tax & Public Procurement (JTPP) Helpdesk has been transferred to the EU-Japan website. See the following links.

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14-11-17 | 10:30 h - 11:30 h

Webinar 107: Introduction to business in Japan from a fiscal perspective

What should you be careful about when doing business or when investing in Japan from a fiscal point of view?

Nowadays it is getting easier to set up companies in Japan. This webinar will focus on the fiscal aspects for your company when doing business in Japan. What is taxable and what is not?  Is the corporate tax rate high?  When do companies have to file their tax return? What should you be careful about when you invest in Japan from a fiscal point of view? These questions will be discussed during this webinar.

19-01-16 to 19-01-16 | 10:30 h - 11:30h

Webinar 59: Japan Tax and Public Procurement Helpdesk

Obtaining your qualification as a supplier to Japanese governmental organisations

Abe's Tax reform plan for 2015: The main points

On December 30, 2014 the ruling coalition of Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and Komeito published their outline of their tax reform for 2015 with the expectation the Cabinet will approve the plan in January 2015. Given the solid majority the coalition enjoys in Parliament, the plan is likely to be implemented unaltered in the new fiscal year, starting in April. 

 The main points of the plan are as follows:

02-12-14 | 10:30 h - 11:30 h GMT +1

Webinar 29: Tax & Public Procurement in Japan

What kind of support services are available for EU SMEs doing business in Japan with regard to tax issues and for those who wish to enter Japan's lucrative Public Procurement market?

New support service for EU SMEs covering Tax Issues and Access to Public Procurement Market in Japan!

Report: Accounting and Taxes

About the Report:

This report provides a summary of the Japanese Accounting and Taxation sectors. Its main objective is to provide EU companies with an overview of Japanese accounting practices and taxation regultions for both companies and individuals, while at the same time discussing the taxation reforms recently promposed by the cabinet of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The report also examines various types of business establishment open to EU companies entering the Japanese market as well as the different taxation regimes they fall under.

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